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Former Penn State Defensive Lineman Rodney McGraw Transfers To Louisville

Former Penn State defensive lineman Rodney McGraw has found a new home.

McGraw announced on Sunday that he’s transferring to Louisville, where he’ll have three years of eligibility remaining.

“Thank you to all who reached out,” he wrote. “Thank you to Penn State for an awesome 2 years. I’m happy to announce that I am 100% committed to The University Louisville. I can’t wait to get on campus and to get to work.”

McGraw was the first of two Nittany Lions to transfer away from the program on Sunday. Quarterback Christian Veilleux announced just over two hours later that he’s heading west in Pennsylvania to join the University of Pittsburgh.

After originally committing to play at Indiana, McGraw joined Penn State’s 2021 class as a three-star recruit back in May of 2020. Following a redshirt season in 2021, McGraw appeared in five games for the Nittany Lions this year and recorded his first career tackle in Penn State’s White Out win over Minnesota.

He announced his intent to enter the portal earlier this month on December 4.

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Gabe Angieri

After a four-year career with Onward State, Gabe is now a college graduate and off to the real world. He shockingly served as the blog’s managing editor during the 2022-23 school year and covered football for much of his Onward State tenure, including trips to the Outback Bowl and Rose Bowl. For any professional inquiries, please email Gabe at [email protected]. You can still see his bad sports takes on Twitter at @gabeangieri.

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